Chicken Liver Mousse - Pickled Cherries, Granola, Marbled Rye | Photo: John Tan

Winterlicious just started, where you can take the opportunity to discover restaurants around Toronto.

Over 200 restaurants participate during January 29 – February 11, where you can try three-course prix fixe lunch or dinner meals (ranging from $18-$45). Reservations are recommended.

Here are some top recommendations:
Canoe – $28 lunch – $45 dinner
Located on the 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, Canoe is one the most popular Winterlicious options. It may be difficulty making a reservation.

Café Boulud – $28 lunch – $45 dinner

In the core of Yorkville, at the Four Seasons Hotel, they offer classy French dishes inspired by Chef Daniel Boulud.

Cibo Wine Bar – $18 lunch – $25 dinner

Bar Buca – $18 lunch – $25 dinner

A new addition to the Winterlicious option, they offer Italian small dishes that you can enjoy with their creative cocktails.

Auberge du Pommier – $28 lunch – $45 dinner

A staple in Winterlicious A classic romantic French restaurant from Oliver & Bonacini.

Colette Grand Cafe – $28 lunch – $45 dinner

A contemporary French option.

Momofuku Daisho – $28 lunch – $45 dinner
Located on the third floor of Momofuku featuring asian-inspired dishes.

The Chase Fish & Oyster – $23 lunch – $35 dinner

Diwan – $28 lunch

Located in the Aga Khan Museum, enjoy Indian and middle-eastern cuisine by Chef Mark McEwan and Chef de Cuisine John Kovac while admiring the interior design. If you haven’t been to this picturesque venue yet, there’s reat photo opportunities included.



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If prix fixe menus aren’t for you, Winterlicious 2016 also offers a Culinary Event Series, featuring: high tea, charcuterie and curing, pasta making and more.

Click here for more restaurants participating for Winterlicious.

Lead photo Thoroughbred’s Chicken Liver Mousse – Pickled Cherries, Granola, Marbled Rye by John Tan

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